Your Cheat Sheet To Mixing And Matching Your Wardrobe

You’ve been dressing yourself long enough to know what you like, be it classic with a preppy twist, bohemian with a flair for fringe, or even the underappreciated goth casual.  And while we commend your firm sense of style identity, we also encourage you to mix things up every once and awhile lest your wardrobe earns the most unfavorable label of all: predictable. 

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Stockholm Street Style

Feminine + Edgy

Caroline Brasch Nielsen

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Majawyh

Tomboy + Girly

Maja Wyh

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Style Du Monde

Conservative + Wild

Viviana Volpicella

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Lella Victoria

Classic + Trendy

Saray Martin

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Dans Vogue
 

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Always Judging

Ethereal + Chunky

Courtney Trop

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Style Du Monde

Professional + Distressed

Joanna Hillman

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Sincerely Jules

Feminine + Unfussy

Julie Sarinana

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Atlantic - Pacific

Glamorous + Relaxed

Blaire Eadie

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Style Du Monde

Evening + Day

Grace Mahary

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Stockholm Street Style

Primary Colors + Pastel

Chiara Tortire

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Style Du Monde

Basic + Statement

Natalie Joos

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Dans Vogue

Oversized + Alluring

Saray Martin

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Style Du Monde

Ladylike + Grunge

Soo Joo Park

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Style Du Monde

Tailored + Punk

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Style Du Monde

Fancy + Everyday

Ulyana Sergeenko

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Casual + Formal

Yasmin Sewell

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Stockholm Street Style

Feminine + Edgy

Caroline Brasch Nielsen

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